“The FET is an unfair method of taxing the trailer industry, and it limits the purchase of newer, safer and greener trailers and parts — all of which are boons to the economy,” says Gwendolyn Brown, NTDA president. “As increasing regulatory...
Chao lauds program’s ability to help drivers nationwide
Commercial truck and bus drivers in Canada will move from paper logs to electronic logging devices by 2021. Canadian and U.S. operators can use the same ELD in both countries.
Trucking Alliance calls on federal government to finalize guidelines for hair screenings
Two hours into a House subcommittee hearing on trucking, Rep. Bruce Westerman (R-AR) read off a list of issues a panel of industry officials, labor representatives, advocacy groups and law enforcement could not agree on...
While U.S. manufacturers and business leaders push for USMCA ratification, the president still dangles tariff threat on Mexico imports.
WEEKEND UPDATE: President Trump announced that he will not be imposing tariffs on Mexico imports.
The federal pilot program will allow a limited number of individuals between the ages of 18 and 20 to operate large trucks in interstate commerce — provided they possess the military equivalent of a CDL
President says percentage will increase until illegal immigrant issue is settled.
The American Trucking Associations applauded the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) for taking a first step toward a new pilot program to allow non-military commercial drivers under the age of 21 to operate in interstate commerce...